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Google says "since IE is not a WebKit browser, WP devices are not able to access Google Maps" Remind me again what thatHTML5 spec is for?
the wave is huge, I don't see it changing, devs will code to WebKit and hit huge majority, easier than supporting "HTML5" whatever that is
We've got a great January planned for @GDIsf: JS workshop, "how to rock your first hackathon", html5 multimedia:http://www.meetup.com/Girl-Develop-It-San-Francisco/ ...
Worried about a whole weekend of leisure? Don't! Here's my reading list http://www.brucelawson.co.uk/2013/reading-list-34/ ... #html5
Jan 1: W3C says HTML5 is "stable and feature complete". Jan 4: Google only develops for WebKit. Open Web, what open Web?